While house price increases are expected to slow – slightly – in 2022, the Dallas-Fort Worth real estate market will look a lot like last year. With millions of millennials entering the home buying market, experts predict that many potential buyers will join the pursuit of a new home.
Plus, rising mortgage interest rates shouldn’t deter buyers from chasing their dream.
Sellers who have benefited from a low inventory of homes for sale and strong demand in 2021 will continue to dominate the market. But inventories could rise as new home construction sets an all-time high and sellers become more confident that they can find a home when theirs sells.
To navigate this complex real estate market, buyers and sellers must turn to a proven brokerage firm like Allie Beth Allman & Associates, whose expert agents lead the sale of high-end homes and properties year after year.
The following four houses are available in the DFW neighborhoods, but they are just the tip of the iceberg. Contact an Allman agent for private offers, which are advertised weekly.
Although the Prairie style home at 3900 Bowser Ave. was built in 1914, it has been restored and updated by the current owners. Brought to you by Debbie Ingram, the three-bedroom Oak Lawn home features hardwood floors, high ceilings and a fireplace. The renovation extends outside, with a covered bar and entertainment area next to the saltwater pool.
Located on over an acre, the Tuscan-inspired four-bedroom estate at 5335 Meaders Lane in Preston Hollow is marketed by Kyle Crews and Terri Cox. The architectural detail includes an Italian tiled roof.
The house is equipped with state-of-the-art systems, including geothermal heating and air conditioning. A flexible floor plan allows for up to seven bedrooms.
In the Vaquero community in Westlake, a new listing features a Napa-inspired design. Listed by Dona Robinson, the four-bedroom home at 1122 Post Oak Place is ideal for entertaining, with its 1,500-bottle wine cellar, bright, open rooms, and indoor-outdoor living room. Savor the Old World feel with reclaimed wood doors, beams and trusses.
The five-bedroom penthouse at the W Residence tower in Victory Park has 11,000 square feet of living space surrounded by views of the city’s landmarks. Donated by Allie Beth Allman, the home located at 2430 Victory Park Lane, Unit 3001, offers twice the possibilities of living in luxury, with two living rooms, two dining rooms and two offices.
Luxury leader Allie Beth Allman & Associates sells more homes at $ 2 million and more than any other brokerage, according to statistics from the Multiple Listing Service, and is a leader in selling homes in the Park Cities. To connect with an expert in luxury real estate, visit alliebeth.com.